The Bio-Electrical Engineering (BEE) Innovation hub researches biological electricity. They bring together expertise from biology, physics, engineering and chemistry.
The centre was founded in 2012. It's aim is to discover ways researchers can work together, with a focus on methodology.
CERN is a network focused on supporting the transition to a circular economy. The aim is to allow researchers at Warwick working on various aspects of circular economy to network, share ideas, explore opportunities and to collaborate.
This is the unifying centre for researchers in fluid dynamics across all departments at the University of Warwick. Our research-seminar series in one of the oldest, continuously running seminar series in Fluid Dynamics in the UK.
The institute is Warwick's hub for research on global sustainable development. Their research crosses disciplinary boundaries and works with non-academic partners.
The RTP programme makes sure our researchers have access to the equipment and expertise they need to carry out outstanding scientific work.
The centre researches the relatively new field of soft matter physics. Their researchers look at the behaviour and properties of matter such as polymers, rubbers and emulsions. These are materials we encounter in our daily life in things like plastics, soaps and shampoos.
The centre is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). It brings together University of Warwick, Exeter and Cranfield to work on research around sustainability and engineering.
The researchers at the centre are working to tackle antibiotic resistance.
The centre is a hub for experts working in the field of biotechnology and biorefining. The centre is represented by academics from the School of Engineering, Department of Chemistry, School of Life Sciences and Warwick Manufacturing Group. This ensures multidisplinary collaborations across key research areas.
This is a leading centre for research in sustainable agriculture, horticulture and food security.
WISB delivers a leading programme of research, innovation and training for synthetic biology. We work closely with them on our Industrial Biotechnology theme.
University of Warwick is a global centre of excellence for Polymer Chemistry. The Polymer Club brings together Warwick Polymer and Colloid Science to global industries.